More snow in the next video: you'll see someone going downhill at incredible speed, just using Sled Dogs snowskates - no skis. I never heard of these and my guess is you haven't either, so here's a shot I found in the same post over at YouTube. It was filmed with the Nokia Lumia 920.
I'm sharing so many shots from others lately, you might think I'm hardly using any camera at all. So I decided to share a few of the shots I captured myself, using the Nokia Lumia 920 - always nice for a change :-)
It's a widely varied selection of dozens of shots I made during the past weeks and I will present them in a more or less random order. And as usual, you will find all originals on Flickr.
First, a detail from a colorful carpet.
Recently I got a second car holder and this weekend I finally had some time to make a video using both the Nokia 808 PureView as the Lumia 920.
I was asked to show as much footage as possible (for maximum comparison) so here is a complete take of almost 7 minutes (it ended abruptly when the holder from the Nokia 808 PureView dropped to the floor... no damage though :-)
Both devices had continuous autofocus on, the Nokia 808 PureView had video stabilisation on. Normally I drive somewhere to find a bit rougher terrain, but since we have snow all over the place, there was no need to go far.
I don't have the software to combine both video's, so I suggest to start both YouTube vids more or less "together". Also, you might look at them fullscreen seperately and see which of the two gives you the best general impression.
I didn't add any music or other effects. What you see and hear is what I saw and heard from the car. For best result - but only if your internet connection is fast enough - choose Full HD playback quality (1080p)
Video shot by the Nokia 808 PureView
Yes! There it is! And yes, I should have done this myself, I know, I know, I will try one day still. But @revazrezo obviously beat me to it and it would be childish not to share his impressive result.
He proves you don't need a cameraman in a big white van to get the exact same - or even better - result we all saw in the "official" video that brought Nokia so much PR and headaches.